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Nadal in third round of Rome Masters

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Spanish tennis star and world no. 4 Rafael Nadal reached the third round of the Masters after the retirement of compatriot Nicolas Almagro due to injury here on Wednesday.

Almagro was trailing 0-3 to Nadal, a record seven-time champion, when he decided to withdraw due to a left knee injury, reports Efe.

The 30-year-old Nadal is set to play the next round against the winner of the duel between American Jack Sock and Czech Jiri Vesely.

This was the first appearance of the former world number one after winning his fifth Madrid Open crown last week, following his tenth Monte Carlo and Barcelona Open titles, also a record.

Nadal is hoping that his spark continues in the Masters, the last big tournament before Roland Garros, where he has won a record nine times.

--IANS

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Nadal in third round of Rome Masters

Spanish tennis star and world no. 4 Rafael Nadal reached the third round of the Rome Masters after the retirement of compatriot Nicolas Almagro due to injury here on Wednesday.

Spanish tennis star and world no. 4 Rafael Nadal reached the third round of the Masters after the retirement of compatriot Nicolas Almagro due to injury here on Wednesday.

Almagro was trailing 0-3 to Nadal, a record seven-time champion, when he decided to withdraw due to a left knee injury, reports Efe.

The 30-year-old Nadal is set to play the next round against the winner of the duel between American Jack Sock and Czech Jiri Vesely.

This was the first appearance of the former world number one after winning his fifth Madrid Open crown last week, following his tenth Monte Carlo and Barcelona Open titles, also a record.

Nadal is hoping that his spark continues in the Masters, the last big tournament before Roland Garros, where he has won a record nine times.

--IANS

gau/bg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Nadal in third round of Rome Masters

Spanish tennis star and world no. 4 Rafael Nadal reached the third round of the Masters after the retirement of compatriot Nicolas Almagro due to injury here on Wednesday.

Almagro was trailing 0-3 to Nadal, a record seven-time champion, when he decided to withdraw due to a left knee injury, reports Efe.

The 30-year-old Nadal is set to play the next round against the winner of the duel between American Jack Sock and Czech Jiri Vesely.

This was the first appearance of the former world number one after winning his fifth Madrid Open crown last week, following his tenth Monte Carlo and Barcelona Open titles, also a record.

Nadal is hoping that his spark continues in the Masters, the last big tournament before Roland Garros, where he has won a record nine times.

--IANS

gau/bg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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